Thematic Master’s programmes1
6 core courses, 36 credits
6 electives, 36 credits
Dissertation and seminars [The dissertation is written as part of a seminar; however, students may write their dissertation outside the seminar (12 credits) and supplement it with an additional elective (6 credits)], 18 credits
Interdisciplinary Master in Life Sciences Law
Also open to non-jurists, this Master’s programme is designed for students holding Bachelor’s degrees from the Faculties of Medicine, Science, Psychology, Education or Economic and Social Sciences. It focuses on legal issues arising from medical and biotechnology law (the rights of persons regarding organ transplants, genetic testing, medically assisted reproduction, stem cells). The programme also broaches intellectual property issues surrounding living organisms, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and technology transfer contracts.
1This programme is available in a bilingual format (Geneva/Basel).
Aucune expérience professionnelle n'est exigée.
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The University of Geneva is a French-speaking comprehensive University with a wide range of programmes in English. In addition to its nine faculties, it also boasts six National Centres of Competence in Research (PlanetS, SwissMap, Chemical Biology, Affective Sciences, Synaptic Bases of Mental Disease, LIVES Overcoming vulnerabilities) and is a co-founder of the Swiss Network for International Studies.